Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science and Research

Important Update:

In accordance with the latest government guidelines and as a hospital that is not treating Covid-19 patients, we have resumed most OPD services. We also have the option of telemedicine video consultations for your convenience.

Any flu like illnesses will be treated in a separate area of the hospital.

To reduce waiting time at the screening area,  we request you to fill in a self-declaration form for yourself (the patient) and the attendant (if any) and carry a printout of the same during your hospital visit.

Coronavirus: Frequently Asked Questions

What specialties are available for telemedicine video consultations?

We are currently offering telemedicine video consultations for selected specialities such as:

  • Dermatology
  • Endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • General Medicine
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Super Specialities
  • Psychiatry

All telemedicine consultations include a free follow-up in-hospital consultation if needed. For details regarding telemedicine, please visit this page.

Should I come to the hospital for antenatal care?

You should resume your routine antenatal consultation schedule. Please book your OPD appointment prior to visiting the hospital. If you prefer, you can consult your gynecologist over a telemedicine video consultation that comes with a free in-hospital visit if required. 

The following steps have been taken to keep you safe during your hospital visit:

  • All patients are being screened for flu-like symptoms. Any patient with these symptoms will receive care in a segregated area of the hospital.
  • All OPD chambers and waiting areas are being regularly sanitised.
  • All hospital staff are screened for flu-like symptoms before every shift.
  • Any patient with confirmed COVID-19 is referred to a designated hospital in line with government policy.

Should I come to the hospital for my child's vaccination?

The Indian Academy of Pediatrics’ Advisory Committee on Vaccines and Immunization Practices is encouraging vaccinations in children to minimize their vulnerability to vaccine-preventable diseases.

The MOHFW guidelines of 15th April, 2020 also list Vaccination & OPD services for Children under High priority Essential Non-COVID Health Services. 

We are continuing to offer vaccination services by appointment from Monday to Saturday between 10 am – 2 pm with all anti-COVID precautions. We have reserved these OPD hours only for vaccination services. We will not be entertaining any sick children in this period. Walk-ins will not be allowed. You are requested to strictly follow the appointment timings to minimize overcrowding. 

In case your child needs vaccination but also has any mild symptoms please seek appointments in the sick children slots (afternoon: 2.30-4 pm)

If Police personnel don’t allow you to come, you can show Page No 10 of this official document.

Can I get an OPD appointment for my sick child?

Yes. Deferring any sickness may contribute to worsening the illness. This in turn may contribute to prolonged or complicated treatment. Hence, keeping the welfare of your children in mind we are continuing to provide OPD care to sick children in the afternoon hours from Monday to Saturday between 2pm-4pm strictly by appointment while maintaining social distancing. Children with any flu like symptoms (cough, cold or fever or breathlessness) will be treated in a separate area of the hospital (called Flu Corner) by the doctor on duty 24*7. We would also suggest that you explore the option of  telemedicine video consultations which have been recently launched for mild medical conditions. We are also continuing to provide Pediatric Emergency Services (24*7) in case of need.

What do I do if I need to speak to a pediatrician in an emergency?

You can call us at 011 4211 1111 and ask for an ‘Emergency Pediatric Teleconsultation’ any time of the day or night. The coordinator will inform you about the mode of the teleconsultation and payment options. After you have paid online, you will get a video call from a pediatrician within 30 minutes.

How do I manage my diabetes in view of the lockdown?

It is essential to be in touch with your doctor and manage diabetes particularly at this time because even though you are not at a higher risk of contracting Covid-19, you may have chances of developing severe complications if you get Covid-19.

We are continuing to offer OPD appointments as per government guidelines for ‘Essential Health Services’. If you cannot come in for an appointment, you can schedule a telemedicine video consultation by calling +919717490245.

Don’t neglect your health concerns, especially at this time.  

You can also avail home collection services and get investigations done from the comfort of your home. Call 011 4211 1266 to schedule your appointment today.

If you have more questions on Diabetes and Coronavirus, click here.

Can I come in for a diabetes appointment at this time?

Yes! We are continuing our OPD services as per government guidelines. We request you to schedule an appointment before you come into the hospital. If you have an appointment that is due and cannot visit the hospital, you can schedule a telemedicine video consultation by calling +919717490245.

We urge you to take even more care of your diabetes in this situation by consulting your doctors on time as people with uncontrolled diabetes have chances of developing severe complications if they get Covid-19.

If you have more questions on Diabetes and Coronavirus, click here.

Should I proceed with a planned surgery?

We suggest scheduling a telemedicine video consultation with your doctor to discuss and decide the urgency of treatment required for your condition. 

Can I get care at Sitaram Bhartia if I suspect I have Coronavirus?

In adherence with current government guidelines, Sitaram Bhartia is not a designated hospital for treating Covid-19 positive patients. However, we continue to strive to provide the best infection control and care for admitted patients and can facilitate testing if required. 

Is it safe to visit the hospital?

Yes. We have taken all recommended measures to keep you safe from Coronavirus in the hospital.

You should not delay seeking care for an urgent health condition as it could lead to unnecessary complications. In certain cases, it may be sufficient for you to take a telemedicine video consultation that comes with a free in-hospital visit if required.

You should not delay consultations for antenatal care, vaccinations or other problems after the April 14 lockdown period is over.

The following steps have been taken to keep you safe during your hospital visit:

  • You will not be in contact with patients who have flu-like symptoms that could be due to coronavirus. Such patients are receiving all required care in a segregated area of the hospital.

  • All OPD chambers and waiting areas are being regularly sanitised.

  • All hospital staff are screened for flu-like symptoms before every shift.

  • Any patient with confirmed COVID-19 is referred to a designated hospital in line with government policy.

Can I get Emergency care at Sitaram Bhartia?

Yes. If you have a medical emergency of any kind, please go straight to our Emergency department. You may call us at 011 4290 9090 for any queries. You can also visit our Emergency section for more information.

Do you have an ambulance?

Yes. Our ambulance is equipped with adult and neonatal advanced life support. Please call us at 011 4290 9090 for any queries. You can visit our Emergency section for more information.

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Welcome to Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science and Research

Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science and Research is a multi-specialty hospital located in New Delhi’s Qutab Institutional Area. We have a strong emphasis on ethical medical practice that always puts the interest of the patient first.

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Urology

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Our urologists strive to provide the best treatment and guidance to patients dealing with problems in their urinary tract including kidneys, ureters, bladder and the urethra.

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Our highly-skilled surgeons with years of experience come together with high-end facilities to give optimum treatment. Our surgeons believe in taking the time to explain your condition to you and answering any doubts you may have.

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Our gynecologists work together as a team and guide and inform you so you’re able to make the best decision for yourself.

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